> Grounds Building And Greenhouse
The Grounds Building and Greenhouse are sited at the west edge of campus in the service buildings area. The Grounds Building was built in 1960 and with the greenhouse, encompasses 15,524 gross square feet. The present greenhouse was built by university personnel in 1998 after the first greenhouse was torn down. Materials for the greenhouse structure cost $66,705. The east side of the greenhouse is used for Biological Sciences and Agriculture department research. The west side of the greenhouse is used to propagate plants for the flower beds on campus. In season, bananas may be observed growing on the banana tree there.